The Amateur Radio Public Service Corps (ARPSC) brings together the following amateurs:

  • Amateur Radio Emergency Services (ARES)
  • National Traffic System (NTS)
  • Volunteers who are credentialed to operate in Radio Amateur Civil Emergency Service (RACES)
  • Volunteers trained as weather spotters in the National Weather Service SKYWARN program

Have a question or comment about ARPSC? Contact us today.

  • AUXCOMM Training Opportunities

    Two sessions of the AUXCOMM course have been scheduled for early 2024: Follow the links above for more details and location information, and register today in MI-TRAIN.

  • New Winlink/BPQ node in Monroe, Michigan

    If you are into packet, and especially Winlink, the folks from the River Raisin Repeater Association have installed a new BPQ/Winlink in Monroe. Located in grid square EN81fv, the node is on 144.93 MHz. To get into the node, connect to either MI7MON or K8RPT-10. Thank you to Dale, WA8EFK for spearheading to get this…

  • Fred Moses Appointed District 3 Emergency Coordinator

    Fred Moses has been appointed as District Emergency Coordinator (DEC) for District 3. He succeeds Max Schneider, who was filling the role temporarily. A Michigan native, Fred W8FSM has been licensed since 2000. He has a background in computers and RF networking, and is a staunch believer in community service, most notably helping to support…